Category Archives: life and expression

Kerteh..

The wedding of a niece took me and my family members to Trengganu and we stayed a few days in Kerteh.

We visited Pantai Kemasik, while the youngs are quite happy with their selfie images, i took out my DSLR and captured the beach at its best or probably my best for the day.

I am happy to share it here for the little readers of this blog who might enjoy it as much as i do.

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Kuala Linggi..

A weekend ago me and my other half were invited to join a group of crews of  a renowned film maker on their after work get-together outing in Kuala Linggi.

We spend the night at one of the chalet and were treated a sumptuous dinner at the Restoran Ikan Bakar Terapung Fort Supai. 

Thank you to all.


a fishing rod and a camera..

In the evening, yesterday, i drove up to Pulau Indah.

I wasn’t really sure of any particular spot of where i wanted to go or do any specific activity. I have actually been to most parts of the island for countless of times. Not sure either to go for  fishing or taking pictures.

By the end of it i brought along both a fishing rod and my camera, 2 in 1. hehe

I stopped over at the Telok Nipah Fishing Jetty to check things out. There was a quite a number of people fishing at the jetty. Thought of joining them but when I looked at the  fishing rod and tackles, it seems there was still ‘work’ needed to be done. I need to construct a leader line and knot down the hook.

It will be easier if i just look around. And so i took out the camera instead, walk around and took some pictures.

After the fishing jetty i drove down back towards the bridge that connects the island and the mainland. Beside the main bridge there was also another bridge for the railway track. I have notice for quite a while of its existence but yet to see a train crossing it. The bridge for the railway track has then become a fishing spot for many anglers to get farther to the sea.

To get there i need to climb a retaining wall and some good samaritan has constructed a natural ladder by nailing some woods in between branches on a tree beside the wall.

 

From the bridge for the the railway track i was able to see some angle of the engineering shipyard and some portion of the South Port. i took time looking around and taking some pictures before driving back for home.

 


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